MILAMORE refuses to acknowledge boundaries- whether they be gender, geographical or cultural. We live in a world where our differences should be celebrated. After all, perception tends to be ambiguous anyway.
Our first campaign was shot by Bettina Rheims. Working since the early 1980s, Bettina Rheims is known for her unique relationship with the models, and her vision of the strength and fragility in each one of them led her to shooting some of the most famous women including Charlotte Rampling and Monica Belluci. She has shot advertising campaigns for fashion brands, such as Chanel and Dior. In 2013, she was appointed Commandeur de la the Légion d’honneur.
In 2014, Bettina release Gender Studies, an art project that focused on the subject of gender fluidity. When first launching MILAMORE, we knew Bettina would be the best choice to capture this personal sentiment and celebrate the beauty of imperfections
We strive to make all of our jewelry inclusive, and for everyone. This means that our jewelry is not gendered specifically. Anyone can wear Milamore no matter how they identify. We believe in being true to yourself and that means wearing unique jewelry and styling it to express your individuality. Milamore isn’t about the label, logo, or trends. Milamore is about reinventing the stories from culture and nature through jewelry. Milamore jewelry is designed to integrate and become a part of your story. We take the inspiration and significance to create quality talismans for you to incorporate into special or everyday wear. Milamore is designed for the person who wears it: YOU